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Deborah Cameron
Pr. Deborah Cameron (born 1958) is an English feminist linguist, who currently holds the Rupert Murdoch Professorship in Language and Communication at Worcester College, University of Oxford. Research Interests: Sociolinguistics, language and gender, language attitudes and ideologies, language and media. Teaching Areas: Language and linguistics. Recent Publications: Books Cameron, D (2006) On Language and Sexual Politics . London : Routledge. Cameron, D. (2001) Working with Spoken Discourse . London : Sage. Cameron, D. (2000) Good To Talk? Living and Working in a Communication Culture . London : Sage. Cameron, D. (ed.) (1998), The Feminist Critique of Language: A Reader . London : Routledge. Cameron, D. (1995), Verbal Hygiene. London : Routledge. Cameron, D. (1992), Feminism and Linguistic Theory. London : Macmillan Block, D. and D. Cameron (eds.) (2002) Globalization and Language Teaching . London : Routledge. Cameron, D. and E. Frazer (1987) The Lust To Kill: A Feminist Investigation of Sexual Murder . Cambridge : Polity and New York : NYU Press. Cameron, D., E. Frazer, P. Harvey, B. Rampton and K. Richardson (1992), Researching Language:Issues of Power and Method. London : Routledge. Cameron, D. and D. Kulick (2003) Language and Sexuality . Cambridge : Cambridge University Press Cameron, D and D Kulick (eds.) (2006) The Language and Sexuality Reader. London : Routledge. Coates, J. and D. Cameron (eds.) (1988), Women in their Speech Communities: New Perspectives on Language and Sex . London : Longman. Markus, T. and D. Cameron (2002) The Words Between the Spaces: Buildings and Language. London : Routledge. Taylor , T.J. and D. Cameron (1987), Analysing Conversation: Rules and Units in the Structure of Talk. Oxford : Pergamon. Other selected publications Cameron, D. (2006) “Theorizing the female voice in public contexts”, in Speaking Out: The Female Voice in Public Contexts, ed. Judith Baxter. Houndmills: Palgrave. Cameron, D. (2005) “Communication and commodification: global economic change in sociolinguistic perspective”, in Language, Communication and the Economy , ed. Geert Jacobs and Guido Erreygers. Amsterdam : Benjamins. Cameron, D. (2005) “Relativity and its discontents: language, gender and pragmatics”, Intercultural Pragmatics 2.3:321-34. Cameron, D. (2005) “Language, gender and sexuality: current issues and new directions”, Applied Linguistics 26.4: 482-502 . Cameron, D (2004) “Talking up skill and skilling up talk: some observations on work in the knowledge economy”, new formations 53, Intellectual Work. Cameron, D. (2003) “Gender as an issue in language change”, Annual Review of Applied Linguistics Cameron, D. (2003) “Globalizing communication”, in New Media Discourse, ed. Jean Aitchison and Diana Lewis. London : Routledge. Cameron, D. (2003) “Gender and Language Ideologies”, in The Handbook of Language and Gender , ed. Janet Holmes and Miriam Meyerhoff. Malden : Blackwell. Cameron, D. (2000) “A self off the shelf? Consuming women's empowerment”, in All the World and her Husband: Women in Twentieth Century Consumer Culture, ed. Maggie Andrews and Mary Talbot. London : Cassell. Cameron, D. (2000) “Good to talk? The cultural politics of ‘communication'”, European English Messenger 9:1: 38-42. Cameron, D (1999) “Motives and meanings: the case of Rosemary West”. Journal of Sexual Aggression 4.3. Cameron, D. (1999) “Better conversations: a morality play in 12 tapes”, Feminism & Psychology 9.3: 325-43. Cameron, D. (1998) “Is there any ketchup, Vera? Gender, power and pragmatics”. Discourse and Society 9.4: 437-55. Cameron, D. (1998) “Language, Gender and Discourse: A Review”, Signs: Journal of Women, Culture and Society, 23.4: 945-73. Cameron, D. (1998) “Feminist theories of language”, in Contemporary Feminist Theories, ed. Stevi Jackson and Jackie Jones. Edinburgh : Edinburgh University Press. Cameron, D. (1997) "Performing gender identity: young men's talk and the construction of heterosexual masculinity", in Language and Masculinity , ed. Sally Johnson and Ulrike Meinhof. Oxford : Blackwell. Cameron, D. (1996) "The language-gender interface: resisting co-optation", in Rethinking Language and Gender Research, ed. Victoria Bergvall, Janet Bing and Alice Freed. London : Longman. Cameron, D. (1996) "Style policy and style politics—a neglected aspect of the language of the news", Media, Culture and Society 18.2: 315-33. Cameron, D. (1994) "Words, Words, Words: the power of language", in The War of the Words: The Political Correctness Debate ed. Sarah Dunant. London : Virago Cameron, D. (1992) "'Naming of Parts': Gender, culture and terms for the penis among American college students", American Speech 67.3: 364-79. Cameron, D and D. Kulick (2005) “Identity Crisis?” Language and Communication 25: 107-25. Research Interests: Sociolinguistics, language and gender, language attitudes and ideologies, language and media. Teaching Areas: Language and linguistics. Recent Publications: Books Cameron, D (2006) On Language and Sexual Politics . London : Routledge. Cameron, D. (2001) Working with Spoken Discourse . London : Sage. Cameron, D. (2000) Good To Talk? Living and Working in a Communication Culture . London : Sage. Cameron, D. (ed.) (1998), The Feminist Critique of Language: A Reader . London : Routledge. Cameron, D. (1995), Verbal Hygiene. London : Routledge. Cameron, D. (1992), Feminism and Linguistic Theory. London : Macmillan Block, D. and D. Cameron (eds.) (2002) Globalization and Language Teaching . London : Routledge. Cameron, D. and E. Frazer (1987) The Lust To Kill: A Feminist Investigation of Sexual Murder . Cambridge : Polity and New York : NYU Press. Cameron, D., E. Frazer, P. Harvey, B. Rampton and K. Richardson (1992), Researching Language:Issues of Power and Method. London : Routledge. Cameron, D. and D. Kulick (2003) Language and Sexuality . Cambridge : Cambridge University Press Cameron, D and D Kulick (eds.) (2006) The Language and Sexuality Reader. London : Routledge. Coates, J. and D. Cameron (eds.) (1988), Women in their Speech Communities: New Perspectives on Language and Sex . London : Longman. Markus, T. and D. Cameron (2002) The Words Between the Spaces: Buildings and Language. London : Routledge. Taylor , T.J. and D. Cameron (1987), Analysing Conversation: Rules and Units in the Structure of Talk. Oxford : Pergamon. Other selected publications Cameron, D. (2006) “Theorizing the female voice in public contexts”, in Speaking Out: The Female Voice in Public Contexts, ed. Judith Baxter. Houndmills: Palgrave. Cameron, D. (2005) “Communication and commodification: global economic change in sociolinguistic perspective”, in Language, Communication and the Economy , ed. Geert Jacobs and Guido Erreygers. Amsterdam : Benjamins. Cameron, D. (2005) “Relativity and its discontents: language, gender and pragmatics”, Intercultural Pragmatics 2.3:321-34. Cameron, D. (2005) “Language, gender and sexuality: current issues and new directions”, Applied Linguistics 26.4: 482-502 . Cameron, D (2004) “Talking up skill and skilling up talk: some observations on work in the knowledge economy”, new formations 53, Intellectual Work. Cameron, D. (2003) “Gender as an issue in language change”, Annual Review of Applied Linguistics Cameron, D. (2003) “Globalizing communication”, in New Media Discourse, ed. Jean Aitchison and Diana Lewis. London : Routledge. Cameron, D. (2003) “Gender and Language Ideologies”, in The Handbook of Language and Gender , ed. Janet Holmes and Miriam Meyerhoff. Malden : Blackwell. Cameron, D. (2000) “A self off the shelf? Consuming women's empowerment”, in All the World and her Husband: Women in Twentieth Century Consumer Culture, ed. Maggie Andrews and Mary Talbot. London : Cassell. Cameron, D. (2000) “Good to talk? The cultural politics of ‘communication'”, European English Messenger 9:1: 38-42. Cameron, D (1999) “Motives and meanings: the case of Rosemary West”. Journal of Sexual Aggression 4.3. Cameron, D. (1999) “Better conversations: a morality play in 12 tapes”, Feminism & Psychology 9.3: 325-43. Cameron, D. (1998) “Is there any ketchup, Vera? Gender, power and pragmatics”. Discourse and Society 9.4: 437-55. Cameron, D. (1998) “Language, Gender and Discourse: A Review”, Signs: Journal of Women, Culture and Society, 23.4: 945-73. Cameron, D. (1998) “Feminist theories of language”, in Contemporary Feminist Theories, ed. Stevi Jackson and Jackie Jones. Edinburgh : Edinburgh University Press. Cameron, D. (1997) "Performing gender identity: young men's talk and the construction of heterosexual masculinity", in Language and Masculinity , ed. Sally Johnson and Ulrike Meinhof. Oxford : Blackwell. Cameron, D. (1996) "The language-gender interface: resisting co-optation", in Rethinking Language and Gender Research, ed. Victoria Bergvall, Janet Bing and Alice Freed. London : Longman. Cameron, D. (1996) "Style policy and style politics—a neglected aspect of the language of the news", Media, Culture and Society 18.2: 315-33. Cameron, D. (1994) "Words, Words, Words: the power of language", in The War of the Words: The Political Correctness Debate ed. Sarah Dunant. London : Virago Cameron, D. (1992) "'Naming of Parts': Gender, culture and terms for the penis among American college students", American Speech 67.3: 364-79. Cameron, D and D. Kulick (2005) “Identity Crisis?” Language and Communication 25: 107-25.
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